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"What will people think?" or "What will my soul feel? The shift from a soulless to a Soulful culture

This is an excerpt from the 8/11/22 Soulful Relevance group message channeled from the soul of RBG:

57:00 It is that way, for so much of the freedom to create has been contained in the ideas of responsibilities and duties to a Soulless system, to a money-making machine, to an ego-serving culture and the revolution is of a Soulful nature.

So, the upheaval within the Soul is showing the areas of illness and disease in the experience of Being.

It is relevant that the Oneness reflect our individual journeys as unique and cohesive in the way we exist as One and in that light

any ideas of conformity, any expectations of one as superior over another becomes the challenge in the ego to overcome to be One’s truth.

That, dear friends, is an individual journey.

It is a matter of each individual taking a stance and being true to that stance regardless of how it looks on the surface.

You see, how we look on the surface seems to be what the challenge is now.

"What will people think?" - {this thought} has governed too many generations now.

"What will the Soul feel?"

Isn’t that a much grander barometer of truth?

That’s what we are leaning towards.

That’s what the children of the future are made of.

Their instinct is to be truth and their instinct is to serve one another.

So, you can imagine how hard it is for them to sustain life in this reality that teaches them to compete against one another, to feel victimized by one another.

Yes, it is a statement you all know too well – the pains of the younger generation that are committing suicide and homicide in phenomenal numbers now.

It is a statement and the adults are not listening.

Only the ones directly affected realize the truth in this statement and recognize the need for change in this reality in this culture and in our ego-assumptions.

You recognize, what you don’t know is you recognize the need to be truth,

the need to create patterns of thought that allow people to believe they are entitled to be truth, whatever it is their truth is in the moment.

the soul of Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Channeled 8/11/22

via Laura Mirante

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among people age 15 to 24 in the U.S. Nearly 20% of high school students report serious thoughts of suicide and 9% have made an attempt to take their lives, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

  • Youth violence is common. 1 in 5 high school students reported being bullied on school property in the past year.1

  • Youth violence kills and injuries. Homicide is the third leading cause of death for young people ages 10-24. Each day, approximately 12 young people are victims of homicide and almost 1,400 are treated in emergency departments for nonfatal assault-related injuries.2


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